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  • DEVAST project | Disaster Evacuation and Risk Perception in Democracies
    no human activity Despite police patrols looting and burglaries have occured Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 Tunami debris near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda After the evacuation of a 20 km radius zone around the Daiichi Nuclear plant the towns fields and road have been abandonned to nature The entry was limited for a few hours at a time Due to radiations the zone has been left with little or no human activity Despite police patrols looting and burglaries have occured Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 Jonanjima SeasidePark Ota Des ecoliers viennent se promener sur le jardin creer le long de la rive La radioactivite de l air est 0 16 microsievert par heure Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Par gros temps les ouvriers assemblent un pylone pour le transport de l electricite a haute tension Il y a un an le tsunami detruisait les habitations et les rizieres a cet endroit et applatissait le paysage Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 Les chiffres officiels sont formellement rassurants Les verifications quotidiennes qui sont effectuees a Shinjuku affirment un taux de radioactivite de 0 06 microsievert par heure soit moins que la radioactivite naturelle ambiante 0 07 microsievert La mesure est effectuee a une hauteur de 18 metres alors qu il devrait etre effectue a un metre Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Fallen giant seafood can near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 House near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda le dernier habitant de Tomioka Il s appelle Naoto Matsumura Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 House in front of Kadonowaki Elementary School Kadonowaki area Photo Michiko Kameda After the evacuation of a 20 km radius zone around the Daiichi Nuclear plant the towns fields and road have been abandonned to nature The entry was limited for a few hours at a time Due to radiations the zone has been left with little or no human activity Despite police patrols looting and burglaries have occured Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 La mesure de la radioactivite effectuee le 13 juin donnait 0 10 microsievert Aujourd hui huit jours apres la mesure a presque double 0 19 microsievert Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Radioactivite a Tokyo Photo prise devant le magasin 3T triple opt Une boutique de lunettes situee avenue Sotobori a Ginza 6 4 5 Cette boutique est situee sur la meme avenue que le building Sony Devant le magasin une bouche d egout presente une radioactivite de 0 40 micro sievert jusque 0 92 micro sieverts Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Avec la garantie donnee par Tepco la compagnie d electricite qui possedent les centrales nucleaires de dedommager les pertes agricoles certains eleveurs ils ne sont pas la majorite ont libere leurs betes et vides les etables A present elles paissent dans les rizieres et s effarouchent a la vue d un etre humain Les autres ont laisse leurs etables devenirs des mouroirs Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Mr Yoshida de l usine de Nambu se tient dans le hangar ou sont entreposes les dechets solides radioactifs apres traitement complet Ils emettent 0 53 microsieverts par heure Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Executive Summary On March 11 2011 a magnitude 9 0 earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Tohoku region in north eastern Honshu the main island of Japan The tremor triggered a tsunami that measured more than 40 meters in height in places More than 15 000 people have been confirmed dead with another 3 000 people missing feared dead and 6 000 people injured On the same day the installation of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant situated 230km north of Tokyo was severely damaged by the earthquake and the following tsunami losing the power supply and subsequently the control of the cooling systems As a consequence nuclear meltdown occurred in three of the reactors Tens of thousands had to flee their homes as radiation leaked into the atmosphere sea and food chains One year on from the disaster more than 330 000 people are still displaced from home after having lost their houses by the earthquake and tsunami and as radiation fears increase from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant The D isaster EVA cuation and Ri S k Percep T ion in Democracies DEVAST project was designed to analyse the chain of impacts from the immediate response to the long lasting impacts induced by the above Great East Japan Earthquake and the following Fukushima nuclear accident focusing particularly on the displacement of population Following an analysis of the disaster response the project looks closely at the evolution of the perception of risks in the Japanese society as a whole and ultimately on other liberal democracies such as France A comparative analysis with France on the issue of disaster management and perception of risks will be conducted in order to understand how democracies deal disasters The project is one of the few looking at the social impacts of the disaster it brings together Japanese and French researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology TITech Waseda University and IDDRI Sciences Po It is jointly funded by the Japan Science and Technology Agency JST through its International Collaborative Research Survey Programme J RAPID and the French National Research Agency ANR through its Flash Japon ANR 11 JAPN 007 programme The project is designed around the following three themes Disaster Evacuation and its Chain of Impacts The project first analyses disaster responses in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami and the accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station focusing on the process of evacuation DEVAST will seek to understand how the evacuation was organised when and which information was disseminated among the population what affected the

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  • DEVAST project | Disaster Evacuation and Risk Perception in Democracies
    1 2012 Resident Survey on the issue of Return and Reconstruction Plan http shinsai kawauchimura jp Associate document s 川内村帰村の意向調査 pdf 388 31 kb 川内村住民アンケート pdf 918 17 kb Nuclear accidents Municipalities Plan of Reconstruction Japanese only by 富岡町Tomioka town 1 1 2012 1 Plan of Reconstruction 2 Public Comment on the Reconstruction Plan http www tomioka town jp cat 43 Associate document s 富岡町災害復興ビジョン pdf 1 54 Mb 富岡町復興ビジョンへの意向調査 pdf 308 67 kb Nuclear accidents Municipalities Resident Survey Japanese only by 浪江町Namie town 1 1 2012 1 Summary of Resident Survey 2 Resident Survey on Reconstruction Plan 3 Children Survey on Reconstruction Plan 4 Analysis of Children Survey http www town namie fukushima jp p 13114 Associate document s 浪江町 アンケート集計概要 pdf 122 9 kb 子供たちの想いに応えるために アンケート 218 03 kb 浪江町 復興に関するアンケート調査 pdf 1 63 Mb 浪江町 復興に関する子供アンケート調査 pd 816 88 kb Nuclear accidents Municipalities Public Comment for Reconstruction Plan Japanese only by 浪江町Namie town 1 1 2012 1 Summary of Public Comment for Reconstruction Plan 2 Public Comment for Reconstruction Plan 3 Analysis of Public Comment http www town namie fukushima jp p 13114 Associate document s 浪江町パブリックコメント pdf 663 82 kb 浪江町パブリックコメントの概要 pdf 131 91 kb パブリックコメントから見えてきたもの pdf 325 37 kb Nuclear accidents Municipalities Interim Report by The Cabinet Investigation Committee on the Accident at Fukushima Nuclear Power Stations of TEPCO 12 26 2011 http icanps go jp eng interim report html Associate document s Executive Summary Interim Report pdf 246 99 kb Nuclear accidents 原発災害避難者の実態調査 2次 by 今井 照Akira Imai 12 1 2011 英語訳 The Second Primary Survey of Inhabitants who evacuated from Nuclear Power Plant Disaster 自治総研通巻398号 2011年12月号 A series of surveys conducted among evacuees from the Fukushima nuclear accident three 3 month after six 6 months after and twelve 12 months after the disaster This second volume is based on the survey conducted 6 months after the accident Associate document s The Second Primary Survey of Inhabitants who were Evacuated 889 44 kb Nuclear accidents Evacuation Resident Survey Japanese only by 広野町Hirono town 12 1 2011 http www town hirono fukushima jp fukushikankyo questionna Associate document s 広野町 町民意向調査 pdf 356 23 kb Nuclear accidents Municipalities Map of Evacuation Zone 25 November 2012 by Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry 11 25 2011 Map of Official Evacuation Zone from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident http www meti go jp english earthquake nuclear roadmap ind Associate document s evacuation map 111125 pdf 284 52 kb Nuclear accidents Evacuation 平成23年双葉8か町村災害復興実態調査 基礎集計報告書 by 丹波 史紀 Fuminori Tanba 11 8 2011 A survey conducted among evacuees from 8 municipalities of Futaba region between September and October 2011 most of which are situated within the official evacuation zone Associate document s H23双葉8町村調査基礎集計 ver1 PDF 1 pdf 1 43 Mb Nuclear accidents Evacuation Plan of Reconstruction First Draft Japanese English by 南相馬市Minami soma city 11 1 2011 1 Plan of Reconstruction in Japanese at the following link 2 Public Comment on the Reconstruction Plan as attached 3 Plan of Reconstruction in

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  • DEVAST project | Disaster Evacuation and Risk Perception in Democracies
    環境経済 政策研究 Volume 4 No 2 Pages 72 76 Associate document s kankyokeizai 20111004 pdf 1 53 Mb Nuclear accident Towards Decentralized Governance Structures A Message from Fukushima to Rio 20 by Norichika Kanie 7 25 2011 Published at www ieg earthsystemgovernance org Lund and Tokyo Eath System Governance Project http www ieg earthsystemgovernance org news 2011 07 25 tow Associate document s rio20 20120216 pdf 107 99 kb Nuclear accident 慈悲の怒り 震災後を生きる心のマネッジメント by 上田 紀行 Noriyuki Ueda 6 17 2011 Associate document s 31TKG WjnSL BO2 204 203 200 PIsitb sticker arrow click TopR 9 32 kb Tsunami Earthquake Nuclear accident Agenda May 31 Publication of DEVAST Report The final report of the DEVAST project was published from IDDRI in May 2013 Based on the information collected from the field interviews it summarizes the characteristics of two evacuations one from the tsunami and the other from the nuclear accident and analyses the differences as to how the risk perception prior to the catastrophe affected the pattern of each disaster evacuation The report also deals with the post disaster challenges and social consequences of the disaster which are again quite dissimilar between the tsunami disaster and the nuclear accident http www iddri org Publications Disaster Ev Nov 13 Seminar Fukushima the story of a disaster Reiko Hasegawa Research fellow in charge of the field research for the Devast project at IDDRI Sciences Po and François Gemenne Devast Project Coordinator will present the main results of field research conducted over several months in the areas directly affected by the disaster Please note that some of the presentations at the seminar will be conducted in French 12 30 14 30 at the Reid Hall Online registration on the IDDRI website http www iddri org Projets Seminaire Developpement durable et economie de l environnement Fukushima recit d une catastrophe http www terre tv fr 48 energie 52 nucleair Sep 18 Conference on Risk after Fukushima International Conference on Risk after Fukushima Crises Disasters and Governance Day 2 at CERI Sciences Po The Conference aims to address the social and political consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident the 3 11 Disaster in the Japanese society by looking at the disaster evacuation and its chain of impacts The focus will be then geared toward the evolution of risk perception among the population after the disaster and its repercussions in other countries such as France The second part of the Conference will be dedicated to the issue of Risk Governance The conference will reflect on the future of the nuclear age in a post Fukushima world The Conference will be jointly organised by DEVAST Project and Sustainable RIO both of which will present their respective project results during the Conference The Conference starts at 14 00 on September 17th and continues on September 18th from 9 30 till 18 00 For details and registration http www iddri org Activites Conferences internationales Risk after Fukushima http www iddri org Sep

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  • DEVAST project | Disaster Evacuation and Risk Perception in Democracies
    betes et vides les etables A present elles paissent dans les rizieres et s effarouchent a la vue d un etre humain Les autres ont laisse leurs etables devenirs des mouroirs Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 After the evacuation of a 20 km radius zone around the Daiichi Nuclear plant the towns fields and road have been abandonned to nature The entry was limited for a few hours at a time Due to radiations the zone has been left with little or no human activity Despite police patrols looting and burglaries have occured here in the elementary school of Tomioka weeds have been growing in the yard during spring and turned dry in winter Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 le dernier habitant de Tomioka Il s appelle Naoto Matsumura Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami madame Yoko Ogino 75 ans accompagne son fils sur l emplacement de leur maison D abord le tremblement de terre ensuite le tsunami et maintenant la radioactivite J ai des problemes de coeur de l arthrite la vie est devenue intolerable Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Shohoji Temple kadonowaki area 3 Photo Michiko Kameda Jonanjima SeasidePark Ota Des ecoliers viennent se promener sur le jardin creer le long de la rive La radioactivite de l air est 0 16 microsievert par heure Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 After the evacuation of a 20 km radius zone around the Daiichi Nuclear plant the towns fields and road have been abandonned to nature The entry was limited for a few hours at a time Due to radiations the zone has been left with little or no human activity Despite police patrols looting and burglaries have occured here in the junior high school of Tomioka an abandonned bicycle lies down in the parking lot Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2012 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 In the country side of Tomioka city the ruins of the earthquake remained untouched The vegetation has been growng freely covering the rice fields Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 House near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda Sur le littoral de Natori il n y a plus rien Le tsunami du 11 mars a tout balaye Aujourd hui la ville doit affronter le replantage des pins noirs sur le littoral Une digue provisoire a ete construite Au fond un avion se prepare a atterrire sur l aeroprt voisin de Sendai Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 le dernier habitant de Tomioka Il s appelle Naoto Matsumura Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 At the train station of Tomioka city the ruins of the earthquake remained untouched The vegetation has been growng freely almost covering the car wrecks Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Tunami debris near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda 40 jours apres le tremblement de terre et le Tsunami Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Fallen giant seafood can near Ishinomaki port Photo Michiko Kameda Mr Yoshida de l usine de Nambu se tient dans le hangar ou sont entreposes les dechets solides radioactifs apres traitement complet Ils emettent 0 53 microsieverts par heure Photo Antonio Pagnotta Agence Cosmos Photos 2011 Executive Summary On March 11 2011 a magnitude 9 0 earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Tohoku region in north eastern Honshu the main island of Japan The tremor triggered a tsunami that measured more than 40 meters in height in places More than 15 000 people have been confirmed dead with another 3 000 people missing feared dead and 6 000 people injured On the same day the installation of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant situated 230km north of Tokyo was severely damaged by the earthquake and the following tsunami losing the power supply and subsequently the control of the cooling systems As a consequence nuclear meltdown occurred in three of the reactors Tens of thousands had to flee their homes as radiation leaked into the atmosphere sea and food chains One year on from the disaster more than 330 000 people are still displaced from home after having lost their houses by the earthquake and tsunami and as radiation fears increase from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant The D isaster EVA cuation and Ri S k Percep T ion in Democracies DEVAST project was designed to analyse the chain of impacts from the immediate response to the long lasting impacts induced by the above Great East Japan Earthquake and the following Fukushima nuclear accident focusing particularly on the displacement of population Following an analysis of the disaster response the project looks closely at the evolution of the perception of risks in the Japanese society as a whole and ultimately on other liberal democracies such as France A comparative analysis with France on the issue of disaster management and perception of risks will be conducted in order to understand how democracies deal disasters The project is one of the few looking at the social impacts of the disaster it brings together Japanese and French researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology TITech Waseda University and IDDRI Sciences Po It is jointly funded by the Japan Science and Technology Agency JST through its International Collaborative Research Survey Programme J RAPID and the French National Research Agency ANR through its Flash Japon ANR 11 JAPN 007 programme The project is designed around the following three themes Disaster Evacuation and its Chain of Impacts The project first analyses disaster responses in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami and the accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station focusing on the process of evacuation DEVAST will seek to understand how the evacuation was organised when and which information was disseminated among the population what affected the

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  • DEVAST project | Disaster Evacuation and Risk Perception in Democracies
    IDDRI from March to July 2012 Currently enrolled in the Erasmus Mundus Master s programme Phoenix she majors in Public Health at EHESS in France and at Linköping University in Sweden Trauma and Risk caused by the Disaster of the 11th March 2011 in Japan is the subject of her Master s thesis Her passion is the Japanese traditional harp Koto Rina aims to contribute to the reconstruction of Japan by her research and music and disseminate its research result to the world through the DEVAST project Daria Mokhnacheva Daria Mokhnacheva is an intern for the DEVAST project at IDDRI After graduating from the University of Cambridge UK where she was awarded a BA Hons Degree in Japanese Studies and Social and Political Sciences Daria worked at UNDP Russia as Programme Associate in the Energy and Environment Unit She resumed her studies in 2010 and completed a Masters in Environment and Sustainable Development at Sciences Po Äôs Paris School of International Affairs in 2012 In the course of her studies she focused on environmental migration including the resettlement of the population of Chernobyl development institutional and legal frameworks and governance in the context of natural disasters In 2011 she contributed to the IDDRI IOM publication The State of Environmental Migration 2010 with a paper analyzing the response to the forest fires in Russia in 2010 Mokhnacheva D Wildfires in Russia The State of Environmental Migration 2010 IDDRI IOM 2011 pp 27 38 Prof Noriyuki UEDA Noriyki Ueda is Professor at the Centre for Liberal Arts and the Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan He is a renowned anthropologist in Japan He has been in charge of editorials and book reviews for the Japanese main newspapers and also appears often on TV He studied anthropology at the Undergraduate and Graduate School of the University of Tokyo and obtained his PhD in Medicine at the Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences He became Professor at TITech in February 2012 after serving as Associate Professor since 1996 Prior to TITech he taught at the University of Ehime as Associate Professor between 1993 and 1996 Meanwhile he was Associate Professor at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies 1994 97 and Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo 2003 05 From April 2005 until February 2006 he was a visiting fellow at the Stanford Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford University USA Currently his work focuses on the revitalisation of Japanese Buddhism heading the School of Buddhism Renaissance since 2003 which was designed for monks from all Buddhist streams to exchange opinions and share experiences At TITech he was selected as the best teacher based on results from students evaluations and awarded the Best Teacher s Award by TITech In December 2006 he met His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in India and the content of their discussion was published in a book Wake up Buddhism From a discussion with the Dalai Lama unofficial translation NHK books 2007 His book The Meaning of Living unofficial translation Iwanami Shinsho 2005 was the most cited literature in the University Entrance Examination for more than 40 universities in 2006 Prof Shunji MATSUOKA Shunji Matsuoka is Professor at the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies and Director of the Institute for Global Sustainability at Waseda University He earned his PhD in Environmental Management from the Graduate School of Biosphere Sciences Hiroshima University His specialties are environmental economics environmental policy international development and cooperation international environmental cooperation and policy evaluation He became Professor at Waseda University in April 2007 after serving as Assistant Professor and Professor at Hiroshima University He was invited to Malaya University as Visiting Professor in 1996 and American University as a Visiting Researcher in 2000 He was also a Visiting Professor in the Arid Research Center at Tottori University from 2009 to 2010 He is now General Manager of the Campus Asia EAUI Program He is also conducting several research projects on the Fukushima nuclear disaster climate change in Asia integrated solid waste management in Sri Lanka and environmental innovation Some of his major publications include Matsuoka S et al Eds New Perspective of Asian Regional Integration Keiso Shobo in Japanese 2011 Matsuoka S Ed Effective Environmental Management in Developing Countries Assessing Social Capacity Development Palgrave Macmillan 2007 Matsuoka S and A Kuchiki Eds IDE Spot Survey Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management in Asia Japan s Environmental Cooperation after Johannesburg Summit 2002 Institute of Development Economies 2003 Erin KENNEDY Erin Kennedy is an Education and Research Assistant at the Graduate school of Decision Science and Technology Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan Erin is the Earth System Governance Tokyo 2013 Conference Manager this event is part of the global conference series organized by the Earth System Governance Project Erin is also the Programme Assistant for the Sustainable Urban Futures programme at the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies Japan She has received two master s degrees the first was a MA in development studies from Lund University in Sweden and the second was a MA in Chinese Society Public Policy and Law from Fudan University in China Erin is involved with the Low Carbon Campus project at Fudan University China where she is a visiting scholar within the Urban Co Benefits Programme While in China Erin worked for two NGOs a grassroots initiative that provides orphaned adolescents with the opportunity for continued education in an area of trade as a Director of Communications and an international NGO that builds housing for families and individuals following natural disasters in which she was in charge of resource development Dr Magali DREYFUS Magali Dreyfus is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies of the United Nations University in Japan She holds a PhD in Law from the European University Institute Florence Italy and has been a research scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis IIASA in Austria She is interested in legal and

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    Sep 18 Conference on Risk after Fukushima International Conference on Risk after Fukushima Crises Disasters and Governance Day 2 at CERI Sciences Po The Conference aims to address the social and political consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident the 3 11 Disaster in the Japanese society by looking at the disaster evacuation and its chain of impacts The focus will be then geared toward the evolution of risk perception among the population after the disaster and its repercussions in other countries such as France The second part of the Conference will be dedicated to the issue of Risk Governance The conference will reflect on the future of the nuclear age in a post Fukushima world The Conference will be jointly organised by DEVAST Project and Sustainable RIO both of which will present their respective project results during the Conference The Conference starts at 14 00 on September 17th and continues on September 18th from 9 30 till 18 00 For details and registration http www iddri org Activites Conferences internationales Risk after Fukushima http www iddri org Sep 17 Conference on Risk after Fukushima International Conference on Risk after Fukushima Crises Disasters and Governance Day 1 at CERI Sciences Po The Conference aims to address the social and political consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident the 3 11 Disaster in the Japanese society by looking at the disaster evacuation and its chain of impacts The focus will be then geared toward the evolution of risk perception among the population after the disaster and its repercussions in other countries such as France The second part of the Conference will be dedicated to the issue of Risk Governance The conference will reflect on the future of the nuclear

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    the entire population and for the local and national economy as the prospects for return and reconstruction in these areas remain unclear This panel intends to decode the profound and transformative impacts of the 3 11 catastrophe on the Japanese society from social economic political and cultural perspectives and expose the intensive political debates triggered by the catastrophe in Japan 4 Presentations followed by Q A The Nuclear Safety Myth in the Context of Japanese Culture Noriyuki Ueda Tokyo Institute of Technology The War Of Fukushima Philippe Pelletier University of Lyon II Sciences Po Lyon After March 11 2011 Post Disaster Cultural Representations in Japan Common Efforts and Aporias Cécile Sakai Paris Diderot University Trauma Among The Victims Of The Fukushima Disaster Rina Kojima IDDRI Sciences Po EHESS Second Panel A Chain of Impacts The Meaning of the Fukushima Disaster Chair Leonardas Rinkevicius Kaunas University of Technology The initial earthquake triggered a chain of impacts that profoundly shook the foundations of the Japanese society The nuclear accident of Fukushima is naturally at the heart of this chain of impacts this panel will reflect on the way the accident was handled as well as on its repercussions on the way nuclear risks are perceived not only in Japan but also abroad How did the accident affect our perceptions of risk and what does this chain of impacts unfold Though industrialised societies are typically considered as less vulnerable than developing countries such chains of impacts reveal significant vulnerabilities 4 Presentations followed by Q A Fukushima Accident and Nuclear Safety in Japan Lessons for Global Sustainability Shunji Matsuoka Waseda University Operational Evaluation of the Radiological Consequences of the Fukushima Accident Emergency Management for the French Population Olivier Isnard IRSN The Chain of Impacts of The 3 11 Triple Disaster In Japan Alexandre Magnan IDDRI Sciences Po The Ordinary Risks of Nuclear Things Gabrielle Hecht University of Michigan Third Panel Risk Democracy and Collective Preferences Chair Gabrielle Hecht University of Michigan The regulation of collective risks such as nuclear installations imposes a reflection on how collective preferences are and should be revealed Either policy making should better represent individual preferences with regard to risk or new modes of deliberation should be envisaged so that individuals go beyond their own preferences In the aftermath of a disaster the discussion of the democratic implications of collective and potentially catastrophic risks is particularly important for individual perceptions of risk may evolve and engender new social modes of aggregating preferences in a democratic way In Japan the public s dissatisfaction and mistrust toward the government increased and prompted new social activism while discussions are still ongoing in France How do democracies apprehend individual preferences towards risk and aggregate them into public decisions 5 Presentations followed by Q A Rationality Under Attack Caring About A Future That We Don t Know Elisa Vecchione IDDRI Sciences Po Are we Aware of Creeping Megarisks Claude Henry Sciences Po Paris Columbia University Changing Collective Preferences And Learning The Lessons of Chernobyl and

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    energie 52 nucleair Sep 18 Conference on Risk after Fukushima International Conference on Risk after Fukushima Crises Disasters and Governance Day 2 at CERI Sciences Po The Conference aims to address the social and political consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident the 3 11 Disaster in the Japanese society by looking at the disaster evacuation and its chain of impacts The focus will be then geared toward the evolution of risk perception among the population after the disaster and its repercussions in other countries such as France The second part of the Conference will be dedicated to the issue of Risk Governance The conference will reflect on the future of the nuclear age in a post Fukushima world The Conference will be jointly organised by DEVAST Project and Sustainable RIO both of which will present their respective project results during the Conference The Conference starts at 14 00 on September 17th and continues on September 18th from 9 30 till 18 00 For details and registration http www iddri org Activites Conferences internationales Risk after Fukushima http www iddri org Sep 17 Conference on Risk after Fukushima International Conference on Risk after Fukushima Crises Disasters and Governance Day 1 at CERI Sciences Po The Conference aims to address the social and political consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident the 3 11 Disaster in the Japanese society by looking at the disaster evacuation and its chain of impacts The focus will be then geared toward the evolution of risk perception among the population after the disaster and its repercussions in other countries such as France The second part of the Conference will be dedicated to the issue of Risk Governance The conference will reflect on the future

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